• For some people, allergy season lasts all year and its symptoms strike close to home. It can be challenging to avoid your allergy triggers when they're all over your house, but it can be done. Deal with dust. Keep the house as dust-free as possible. When dusting, use a damp cloth. The dust will cling to the cloth better this way, keeping it from floating off into the air.

  • Pollen plays such a pivotal role in the cycles of the natural world. Pollen causes the telltale seasonal shifts in plants, grasses, and weeds. And pollen also causes the telltale seasonal allergy symptoms so many people suffer from at various times throughout the year. How can a person prone to seasonal allergies coexist with nature without sneezing, sniffling, and coughing? Know your triggers.

  • Keeping track of your family's allergies - to foods, medicines, animal dander, pollen, etc. - can help to prevent exposure and improve chances of intervention if exposure happens.

  • Controlling dust mites, mold spores, house dust, animal dander, and exposure to pollen can help relieve and prevent allergy symptoms. Refer to the following list for ideas on how to control your environment and for better management of rhinitis (nasal - "hay fever") symptoms. In the home Regularly air out tight, closed spaces like bathrooms and closets.

  • Mould in our homes can pose a health risk. Know how to prevent it, spot it, clean it up, and keep it from coming back.

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